Sleep quality is one of the most important aspects of modern life. I'm sure nearly everyone has experienced a bad day after not getting a good night's sleep. So, what are these rules that define whether or not you've got a good sleeping pattern?
A lot of people define the quality of their sleeping pattern with how many hours they've slept.
So, basically sleeping for 7-9 hours doesn't necessarily mean you've got a healthy sleeping pattern.
Whether or not you fall asleep within the first 30 minutes you get in bed.
Waking up approximately once a night.
Being able to go back to sleep in 20 minutes if you wake up at night.
Only sleeping 85% of the time you spend in bed.
To sum it up, sleep quality isn't only about what time you go to bed.